Although "Shoeless" Joe Jackson is one of the most recognizable names in baseball, finding his signature is very uncommon. Due to his lack of education, the outfielder often had his wife sign most of his autographs, making anything with his signature — even an old South Carolina driver's license — a rare piece of memorabilia. Jackson moved to Greenville in 1932 and owned a restaurant and liquor store after accusations of his involvement in the Black Sox Scandal got him banned from baseball. Likely issued around 1938, the document features Joe's name and address, as well as several handwritten details, including his license number, birth date, and signature. To ensure it's the real deal, the certificate comes with a letter of authentication by the PSA/DNA Services.